Carbonara joins CTE

By Euan Youdale04 April 2019

Giovanni Carbonara - CTE

Giovanni Carbonara

CTE has appointed Giovanni Carbonara as the company’s Traccess brand manager. He has joined CTE from fellow Italian manufacturer of truck mounts and tracked platforms CMC.

The appointment comes as part of CTE’s plan to develop its tracked platform product range and expand its global customer base. The company has been renewing and widening its Traccess range with two new models so far this year and promises another premier at Bauma, of the Traccess 200 model. The company also plans to increase production capacity and employees for this product line.

Carbonara has 14 years experience with spider lifts, and longer experience in other areas of the access industry. He will be in charge of developing the product range and its markets. He said, “I am enthusiastic and motivated to contribute to the success of CTE Traccess. The planned expansion of the range and the investments planned for this product will bring us among the major players in the sector. With the support and the CTE sales network, our ambition is to become market leader.”

Marco Govoni, sales director of CTE, added, “Our Company has decided to take on a new fascinating challenge in the coming years, to play a leadership role in the world of spiders, in which CTE has not always played a leading role. Having the truck mounted platforms as its core business we felt that Giovanni’s skills are the best possible vehicle to build together a complete product range and enhance the CTE Traccess brand internationally. We are really pleased to welcome him to our team.”


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